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Basic and Applied Sciences - Scientific Journal of King Faisal University
Recently, scientists have been interested in functional food, especially probiotic food, which has many health benefits. Probiotic bacteria are exposed to many risks during their presence in food products and after passing through the gastrointestinal tract, which may lead to their death. Therefore, the main goal of this study is to keep probiotic bacteria alive longer. Free and calcium alginate-encapsulated Bifidobacterium lactis were separately mixed with date paste and exposed to simulateddoi:10.37575/b/agr/2203 fatcat:htqygsfi75gr3lrxch3txbkrzm